Tom’s Hardware published an article of herculean stupidity that pertained to the idea of pre-ordering based on nothing more than promises.
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We’re still not sure what Tom’s Hardware was going for with its “Just Buy It” article (https://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-rtx-gpus-worth-the-money,37689.html), but we figured we’d do our best to interpret and respond to the piece. The Tom’s article is referencing pricing concerns from users relating to the new NVIDIA RTX video cards, including the RTX 2070, RTX 2080, and RTX 2080 Ti, which have higher prices relative to previous same-name products. We’re not saying to buy or not buy the RTX cards (unlike Tom’s), but are commenting on the actual insanity contained within the Tom’s Hardware article by their for-now Editor-in-Chief.
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